2023 Unicorn Queer Film Fest

Join us for the first ever Unicorn Queer Film Fest. This virtual festival features 20 unique original films ranging in length from 10-35 minutes. All the films stream right here on Unicorns.Live, a 100% 2SLGBTQ+ owned platform!

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UQFF Goals

Create Dialogue

When selecting the films we wanted to create moments of reflection and thought that would to discussion. Within Unicorns.LIVE apps we have the ability to host written chats

Elevate Queer Voices

When selecting films we wanted to ensure a diversity of voices. From films about being trans and intersex in the middle east to one about an ethical non-monogamous relationship.

Easy to Access

Most in person festivals are only in larger cities. We wanted to provide people in all communities no matter how big or small the option to enjoy this beautiful content.


At only $14.99 CAD for all films we wanted to make it most accessible for people view and take in these films.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is included in the All Queer Access?

Access to all 20 films the moment they are released. You’ll have access until January 31st, or 30 days from your purchase, whichever comes first.

Why Virtual? Why not in person?

We decided to host the event virtually for a few reasons. The main reason being that this way, you can access the films on demand whenever you want. No having to be in one place at a specific time! Watch 5 films in a sitting, or just one. Invite friends over, or watch solo in bed. With virtual, the choice is totally yours!

Will the films remain available on UL once the festival is done?

For a limited time yes…?

Why sign up for a Super Unicorn Subscription?

Not only will you get access to the UQFF, but you’ll also get access to the entire catalog of on-demand content hosted on UL Live. Our library includes everything from performing arts, to drag shows, to live music and more! 100’s of hours of content will all be immediately available to you.

*Does not include access to On-Demand+ Content

Are the film creators getting paid for their content?

Yes! Each film is licensed from its original creator, and they have been compensated for their films. They also receive a portion of the rental and subscription fees for people watching the content.

Multiple ways to watch and engage!

Accessible on all devices including iOS, Android, MACs, PCs, streaming media boxes such as Roku, Apple TV.
Available for TV platforms and apps

Film Listing

A Matter of Prejudice

A Matter of Prejudice is a modern take on a classic 1893 short story by Kate Chopin. The film explores the beauty of love and acceptance. Madame Carambeau hasn't spoken to her gay son in seven years, but her mindset will begin to change after a chance encounter with a sick little girl during her grandson’s seventh birthday party. This story shows what can happen when we simply open our hearts.

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Make Me Fly

This comedy musical tells the story of Emmanuelle who meets Adam on board a plane, who invites her to dine out in Paris. Both seemingly feel in love with each other. However, in a Parisian street they bump into Damien, who says that he has been dating Adam...

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Gentleman Spa

Hao, a chubby gay man, works as a janitor at a gay spa. For him, romantic relationships are an unreachable dream. One day, an attractive customer, Kai, walks into the place, and Hao has the opportunity to massage him. As they talk and get to know each other, they bond. However, things do not go as smoothly as Hao expected…

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Coffee & Water

London, 2020. Girl meets girl, during lockdown.

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After Noon

Two teenage boys idle away a seemingly ordinary afternoon, but as events stir up hidden feelings, confusion leads to the testing of boundaries.

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Bowes Academy

Bowes Academy, preparing the next generation of closeted gay conservatives.

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Lambing Season

An American woman named Bridget travels to the Irish countryside to track down her long-lost father while posing as a stranger. When things don't go according to her convoluted plan, Bridget and her father are surprised to learn how much they have in common. On a sheep farm full of secrets, nature has its way of delivering the truth.

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The Summer House

After many years away, Greg returns to his family’s secluded vacation house with his boyfriend only to be tormented by the ghost of his homophobic father.

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Main Squeeze

On a peaceful holiday night, Kiersey and Benji-- a couple in an ethical non-monogamous relationship-- are awoken by an errant dildo that shatters their bedroom window. The perpetrator outside is Jacqui, Kiersey's secondary partner, who is drunk and on an ill-conceived mission to establish her romantic dominance.

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Gopi was the youngest and first intersexual to run for election in the Legislative Assembly of the state of Tamil Nadu, India. Gopi fights daily for the rights of intersexuals and the LGBTQIA community.

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Anna, who’s chronically ill, is visited by Doreen, a door to door proselytizer who makes herself at home and stays the day, slowly defrosting her non-welcome. Together, they walk in the park, bake a cake and watch an Ingmar Bergman film. Blind actresses Alex Bulmer and Margo Cargill star in this existential comedy.

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From Beirut to Venus

Change is such a recurrent thing in my life" says Omar, so much that he had to learn to deal with it daily. We follow him in Paris, from where he tells us about Beirut, a city he had to leave abruptly. He also tells us about Venus, a persona born from his personal experiences, through which he claims his queer identity and develops his artistic work.

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Don't Be A Dick!

Similar in structure to an educational viral video, Don't Be a DICK! analyses our perception about penis size variations in the population.

From early childhood & sexual education to adulthood & porn culture, our understanding of the naked male body image has been constructed by old-world racist ideas.

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Torn between two loves, a young man struggles to understand and accept his own desire.

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The Half Wall

A gay couple’s lunch break does not go as planned when they engage in a discussion about how they can renovate their cabin bathroom. They suddenly find themselves in a heated argument which leads to a series of misunderstandings.

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Asylum Park

Sometimes the war is not just outside, but also inside… An Indian girl sobs quietly in a park, trying to hide away her pain. An unknown Muslim Gambian man who approaches her, sensing her desperation, proposes a sinister deal in exchange for help.

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Gay Camp

In a world where most of the population is gay, children who exhibit "straight" tendencies are sent to camps in order to convert them back to their natural homosexual lifestyle.

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Family History

On the anniversary of his mother's mysterious death, a young man brings his new boyfriend home to meet his reclusive, conservative father, and secrets rise to the surface.

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That Girl, Peugeot

Born a girl, Peugeot wants to be a boy. After her father dies, the relationship with her old-fashioned mother becomes fractured. Sensing she can never live up to her mother’s expectations, Peugeot takes drastic measures to stay true to herself.

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A group of transgender people are going to form a theatre production in which they will talk about their rights through newly implemented law passed by the government of Pakistan.

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